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  • adj. Not described with sufficient precision.


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under- +‎ described


  • In fact, the role the president plays in conservative psychology is one of the great underdescribed topics in the capital.

    Confounding The Right

  • Trying to find a mechanism when the phenomenon is misdescribed or underdescribed is likely to be quixotic.

    The relationship between neuroscience and psychology

  • Atop the steel and cement could grow the pastel pagoda of utopia; Marx's utopia, that deliberately underdescribed idyll where wonderful machines purred away in the background, allowing the human beings in the foreground to "hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, rear cattle in the evening, criticise after dinner, just as I have a mind ..."

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  • Readers who share my eagerness to explore the mysteries of underdescribed Houston will find Daugherty's description of Barthelme's early years riveting.

    The Texas Observer: In the Current Issue

  • (Of course, given the underdescribed version we would be unable to make judgments about the effects of our efforts on the relative capacities of women -- and hence the underdescribed version is rigged against capacities-for-valuable function view.)

    Legal Theory Blog

  • Further, the rules which seem to be a fundamental part of common sense morality are often vague and underdescribed, and applying them will actually require appeal to something theoretically more basic ” again, utilitarianism.

    The History of Utilitarianism


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